Jenny & Dan had a beautiful springtime wedding with sunshine, Pimms on London buses and bridesmaids in polka dots. What’s not to love about sipping Champagne on a roof terrace in the heart of London’s Soho at The Savile Club.
I love Jenny’s style with her elegant lace Ellis Bridal short dress and the fun polka dot print of the bridesmaids dresses adds a touch of fun.
You can see in the photos just how much their friends and family mean to them, smiles all around especially during the speeches which look very lively! It’s also so nice to see a bouquet toss, and the grand staircase made the perfect opportunity for it. I hope we get an update if the lucky lady who caught it becomes a wife anytime soon!
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To veil or not to veil? If you think a traditional veil isn’t for you then the playful pieces by London milliner AM Faulkner may be just the finishing touch to your bridal style from fancy floral, gold glitter and playful pom pom these are statement veils.
I often end up having the conversation with my brides or friends getting married about ‘to veil or not to veil’ as I know it’s a common bridal quandry. In all honesty, the bad influence that I am, always say go for it, it’s the only time (ahem, we hope!) you’ll get the full romance and fun of wearing one and depending on your style there really is something for everyone. Many designers offer beautiful traditional veils, but I stumbled across AM Faulkner designs a few weeks ago and just had to share them as they offer something a little different which I think may work perfectly for those thinking a more traditional veil may not work for their bridal style.
I met with designer Anne-Marie on Monday at London Bridal Fashion Week and saw all the veils and headpieces in person and resisted the temptation to try one on (genuinely resisted, the glitter veil has my name all over it). They are cute, quirky and playful and are perfect paired with a simple dress.
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